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Welcome to the PyPSA project! PyPSA stands for Python for Power System Analysis. The aim of this project is to provide an open-source python environment for state-of-the-art energy system modelling. Here you find links to projects and research related to the PyPSA environment.




About


The PyPSA project is maintained and developed by us, a group of researchers from different institutes and research fields.
Our vision is to provide a free, user-friendly and performant model environment to support a smooth energy transition around the world. The packages enable to go all the way from calculating renewable energy potentials to creating complex electricity networks and cost-optimizing the pathway of a whole energy system. All packages are build in a modular sense so that they may be used independently from each other but interact easily.

We are very happy about and constructive feedback and contributions to the Git-repositories!


Related Research


Numerous research publications are build on the PyPSA environment. Here we highlight some of them. For an extended list, have a look at the up-to-date Google Scholar query.


People (alphabetical)


tombrown

Tom Brown

Professor

Technical University Berlin

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johanneshampp

Johannes Hampp

Phd Student

University Gießen

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fabianhofmann

Fabian Hofmann

Postdoctoral Researcher

Frankfurt Institute for Advanced Studies

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martavictoria

Marta Victoria

Assistant Professor

Aarhus University

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marthafrizstacki

Martha Frizstacki

Phd Student

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

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jonashoersch

Jonas Hörsch

Postdoctoral Researcher

Climate Analytics

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fabianneumann

Fabian Neumann

Postdoctoral Researcher

Technical University Berlin

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lisazeyen

Lisa Zeyen

Postdoctoral Researcher

Technical University Berlin

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